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Definition of Magaziner

Magaziner
Magaziner Mag`a*zin"er, n. One who edits or writes for a magazine. [R.] --Goldsmith.

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- After his address, Magaziner led the students in turning their backs on Henry Kissinger, who was receiving an honorary degree. Magaziner also organized Brown's...
- Seth Magaziner (born July 22, 1983) is an American investment professional and the current General Treasurer of the State of Rhode Island. Magaziner is...
- His son Louis Magaziner's son Henry Magaziner was a well respected architectural preservationist and author in Philadelphia. Louis Magaziner was a native...
- A magazine is a periodical publication which is printed in gloss-coated and matte paper or electronically published (sometimes referred to as an online...
- where he had reburied Magaziner's decapitated remains. Much of the skull was missing, but the police were able to identify Magaziner from dental records...
- Revolver is a metal music and hard rock magazine, publishing in North America. It has been in print for over 19 years, and is about both established acts...
- became commonplace. Many topics it covered were spun-off into different magazines, including Amu****t Business in 1961 to cover outdoor entertainment,...
- A news magazine is a typed, printed, and published magazine, radio or television program, usually published w****ly, consisting of articles about current...
- A magazine is a kind of periodical publication. Magazine may also refer to: Magazine (artillery), a place to store ammunition in warships and fortifications...
- Magazine is the name for an item or place within which ammunition or other explosive material is stored. It is taken originally from the Arabic word "makhāzin"...
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